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Reviews of Books with 136 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 136 pages.

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oh, you thought this was a date?!

by Matt Sutherland

Careening towards the apocalypse, we’d be choosy about sitting shotgun next to anyone but a poet. Who else could keep the conversation lively with brimstone on the breath? C. Russell Price, keep that seat open for us, will ya? A Lambda... Read More

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Jacob's Apartment

by Peter Dabbene

A young man experiences a crisis of faith and stirrings of love in the graphic novel Jacob’s Apartment. Jacob and Sarah are California roommates with contrasting lifestyles and worldviews: Sarah is an atheist with a history of... Read More

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Ruin

by Kristen Rabe

The engrossing short stories of Cara Hoffman’s "Ruin" are at once familiar and otherworldly. These arresting, disorienting stories demand attention, like the “image of a mirror that reflects another mirror.” In one tale, a... Read More

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Olympia

by Peter Dabbene

Three art thieves risk the biggest heist of their careers in the charming, exciting graphic novel "Olympia". Alex and Sam, absent their companion Carole, are planning to steal a valuable helmet from an army museum. They think Carole is... Read More

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Government 2.0

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Government 2.0" is a political science manifesto about how America’s government can best serve its citizens. Joseph Albert Gorski’s "Government 2.0" is a personal statement about what’s wrong with the US’s government; it... Read More

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